O Prurido da Colestase

Autores

  • Ramiro Anthero de Azevedo
  • Mario Kondo
  • Acary de Souza Bulle de Oliveira

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.34024/rnc.2002.v10.10309

Palavras-chave:

Prurido, colestase

Resumo

Prurido é um sintoma comum e complexo. Mais do que qualquer outra modalidade sensitiva ele é influenciado pelo estado emocional e por alterações ambientais. Prurido resulta de ativação direta dos nociceptores na pele em resposta à lesão tecidual e está associado à ativação dos receptores opióides no sistema nervoso central. Avanços recentes no entendimento dos mecanismos que levam à sensação de prurido têm permitido medidas terapêuticas mais efetivas, especialmente nos pacientes com colestase.

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2002-09-30

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Azevedo, R. A. de, Kondo, M., & Oliveira, A. de S. B. de. (2002). O Prurido da Colestase . Revista Neurociências, 10(3), 158–163. https://doi.org/10.34024/rnc.2002.v10.10309

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